Kästle LX82


Oct 21, 2010
Outside Magazine
Kästle LX82

Kästle LX82

Kästle builds some of the highest-quality skis on the market, with wood cores (ash) and titanal laminate. The only catch? Their stiff and racy frontside skis have been a little too powerful for some intermediate skiers. Not so the brand-new LX82. While it's nearly as strong on edge as Kästle's top-of-the-line carvers, it has a much bigger (and slightly softer) sweet spot and knows how to ease off the gas. "It's a forgiving race rocket with easy transitions, not the buck of a slalom ski," said one tester. 127/82/109; kaestle-ski.com
TAGS: responsive, forgiving
Filed To: Alpine Skis

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